Forbidden (2002) is permitted if you’re a pervert like us who wants to jerk off to straight-to-video soft-core hotness. That’s a rhetorical statement. If you’re here, you’re queer for skin. Get used to it. There’s a plot to hang the flesh off of, and that is bare bones involving a bachelor party where the groom’s best friend hires two strippers, but the groom doesn’t have sex with them. Leaving the bacchanal he meets a gal and does end up fucking her. It’s a fan-fucking-tastic fuck. And so we next cut two years into the future, which always makes us think the character had a blackout, but then we’re alcoholic. The ex-groom is now an unhappy husband and, as luck and scriptwriters would have it, the struggling couple go double-dating with the best man and his date who is, guess who: the one-night stand from the post-bachelor party tryst. Well, that just cracks open the whole facade of marriage, where everyone wants to fuck everyone else, and so follows the storyline. Tracy Ryan, as the wife, and Inari Vachs, as the babe, both show the three Bs. Add the strippers from the opening scene and you have yourself some juicy forbidden fruit.